The China US Environment And Energy Deal – What It Means For Cleantech

Though progress is on the way toward and energy deal with China at the China-US Economic Dialog, with the changing administration, the stakes just got higher for China. Grist reports that:

China is pursuing cleantech so aggressively that, were it not for the election of Obama, they would have been a lock to be the global leader in the clean energy production and export.


The Wall Street Journal contends that:

The transition in the U.S. government make it close to certain that the discussions won’t yield breakthrough agreements on issues such as currency reform. U.S. President-elect Barack Obama hasn’t said whether he will continue the semiannual Strategic Economic Dialogue, which was conceived by U.S. Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson.

But for Cleantech industries, it’s all good!

Written by Maryanne Conlin

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Maryanne Conlin is CPG brand marketer and digital marketing expert, CEO of RedRopes Digital and Partner Digital Strategy, 4GreenPs. A Shorty Award winner for best Green Content on Twitter, she was a member of the IAA team that won the Green Award in 2010 and most recently was a finalist for the PRSA - Los Angeles PRISM awards for social media.

She and her team focus on providing strategic marketing direction, custom content for web, mobile and social platforms, social media community management and online promotions and digital advertising solutions for companies in the green, food and Hispanic space.

Follow her on Twitter @maryanneconlin


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